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Videos in Collection Description Created On Run time
Wallace Stegner Lecture Past and Future Yellowstones: Finding Our Way in Wonderland

04/07/2014 1h 09m 57s
Todd Wilkinson – Plutocrats, Friends Or Foes? How Ted Turner Became A Billionaire and Plans To Give It All Away Tackling The Major Environmental Issues Of Our Time

03/05/2014 1h 13m 25s
Stegner Lecture with Lucy Moore – Common Ground on Hostile Turf: Stories from an Environmental Mediator

02/13/2014 1h 03m 55s
Peter Geddes of the American Prairie Reserve

02/03/2014 53m 17s
Free, Prior, and Informed Consent

01/24/2014 1h 06m 07s
New Directions in State Public Trust Doctrines in a Climate Change Era

01/21/2014 1h 02m 04s
Planning Utah's Water Future

11/18/2013 1h 03m 12s
Nine Mile Canyon: The Archaeological History of an American Treasure

10/14/2013 1h 02m 06s
Toward a Theory of Environmental Privacy: Kristina Kuh

10/14/2013 1h 05m 41s
Religion, Faith, and the Enviroment - Jonathan Cannon

08/12/2013 29m 42s
Religion, Faith, and the Enviroment - Matthew Seddon

08/12/2013 23m 42s
Religion, Faith, and the Enviroment - Muhammed Shoayb Mehtar

08/12/2013 27m 48s
Religion, Faith, and the Enviroment - Nalini Nadkarni

08/12/2013 22m 23s
Religion, Faith, and the Enviroment - Robert H. Nelson

08/12/2013 33m 04s
Religion, Faith, and the Enviroment - Sally Bingham

08/12/2013 55m 32s
Religion, Faith, and the Enviroment - Sarah Krakoff

08/12/2013 26m 58s
Religion, Faith, and the Enviroment - Tri Robinson

08/12/2013 19m 45s
Religion, Faith, and the Enviroment - Vasudha Narayanan

08/12/2013 30m 57s
Religion, Faith, and the Enviroment - Carmella Javellana-Hirano

08/12/2013 29m 39s
Religion, Faith, and the Enviroment - Irma Russell

08/12/2013 31m 03s
Religion, Faith, and the Enviroment - Jamie Korngold

08/12/2013 19m 05s
Religion, Faith, and the Enviroment - Jedediah Purdy

08/12/2013 21m 35s
Religion, Faith, and the Environment - James Rasband

04/15/2013 28m 43s
Religion, Faith and the Environment - Mary Evelyn Tucker

04/15/2013 1h 09m 26s
Religion, Faith and the Environment - George Handley

04/15/2013 26m 52s
Religion, Faith and the Environment - Marcus Nash

04/15/2013 33m 53s
Because It’s There: The Alpine Route to Environmentalism

Climbers are seldom celebrated as environmental thinkers, but there is a long list of environmental leaders who discovered their calling in the mountains. This green Mount Rushmore might include John Muir, David Brower and Yvon Chouinard. Jeff McCarthy’s talk will start by celebrating the connection between climbing and American environmentalism, and go on to ask if that connection emerges from an interchange between the climber's physical body and nature's physical presence. McCarthy’s ideas challenge our culture’s given understanding of nature as an inert backdrop to human activity. Instead, his research gives an active role to the natural world. The payoff is a reconsideration of the way our bodies interact with the substances that surrounds us. This talk celebrates climbing and inquiries into humanity’s material partnership with a material world.

02/25/2013 1h 01m 48s
Barry Baker - Green Bag

Barry Baker - Director of Canyonlands Research Center, The Nature Conservancy

01/22/2013 33m 36s
Paul Cassell - Victims of Enviromental and Other Crimes

Victims of Enviromental and Other Crimes

12/03/2012 41m 15s
Report Card of Enviromental Dispute Resolution

11/21/2012 51m 38s
Inquiries into the Nature of Slow Money: Investing as if Food, Farms, and Fertility Mattered

Woody Tasch is Founder and Chairman of Slow Money, a 501(c)3 non-profit formed in 2008 to catalyze the flow of investment capital to small food enterprises and to promote new principles of fiduciary responsibility to support sustainable agriculture and the emergence of a restorative economy. Tasch is Chairman Emeritus of Investors' Circle, a nonprofit network of investors that has facilitated the flow of $150 million to 230 sustainability minded, early stage companies and venture funds. For most of the 1990’s Woody was Treasurer of the Jessie Smith Noyes Foundation, where he pioneered mission related investing. He is an experienced venture-capital investor and entrepreneur, he has served on numerous for-profit and non-profit boards, and was founding chairman of the Community Development Venture Capital Alliance, which supports venture investing in economically disadvantaged regions. In 2010, Utne Reader named Woody one of “25 Visionaries Who Are Changing Your World.” Woody's book "Inquiries into the Nature of Slow Money" is published by Chelsea Green and now available in paperback.

11/08/2012 58m 58s
Watershed Institutions in the US: Emergence and Evolution Tony Arnold

Tony Arnold is the Boehl Chair in Property and Land Use, Professor of Law, and Affiliated Professor of Urban Planning at the University of Louisville. An internationally recognized interdisciplinary scholar in the environmental regulation of land use, water, and property.

10/18/2012 51m 55s
Juan Palma Energy Development on Utah’s BLM Lands

Juan Palma is the Utah State Director for the Bureau of Land Management (BLM). He provides leadership for the 23 million acres of BLM in Utah. Prior to his appointment to Utah he was the State Director for the BLM’s Eastern States. Under his guidance and leadership, the BLM’s mission and vision were carried out in 31 states east of and bordering the Mississippi River.

09/20/2012 59m 51s
Stegner Symposium 2012: Perspective of the Agricultural Industry

11.0 CLE credit hours total

Presentation given as part of the Wallace Stegner Center 17th Annual Symposium, Silent Spring at 50: The Legacy of Rachel Carson. Featuring Jay Vroom, President and CEO, CropLife America.

04/02/2012 12m 38s
Stegner Symposium 2012: Women in the Sciences Before and After Rachel Carson

11.0 CLE credit hours total

Presentation given by Anya Plutynski as part of the Wallace Stegner Center 17th Annual Symposium, Silent Spring at 50: The Legacy of Rachel Carson.

03/28/2012 49m 08s
Stegner Symposium 2012: Ongoing Controversies: Rachel was not Wrong. Why the Science Surrounding DDT Matters Now More than Ever.

11.0 CLE credit hours total

Presentation given by Naomi Oreskes as part of the Wallace Stegner Center 17th Annual Symposium, Silent Spring at 50: The Legacy of Rachel Carson.

03/28/2012 45m 41s
Salt Lake City’s Sustainable Code Revision Initiative

Stegner Center Greenbag Discussion Series

03/28/2012 55m 03s
Stegner Symposium 2012: Rachel Carson's influence

11.0 CLE credit hours total

Panel discussion of Rachel Carson's influence. Part of the Wallace Stegner Center 17th Annual Symposium, Silent Spring at 50: The Legacy of Rachel Carson.

03/28/2012 1h 13m 50s
Stegner Symposium 2012: Green Chemistry: Setting the Compass Toward a Sustainable Future

11.0 CLE credit hours total

Presentation given by Terrence Collins as part of the Wallace Stegner Center 17th Annual Symposium, Silent Spring at 50: The Legacy of Rachel Carson.

03/26/2012 36m 58s
Stegner Symposium 2012: Carson’s Bittersweet Legacy in Toxics Policy and the Long Road Ahead

11.0 CLE credit hours total

Presentation given by Wendy Wagner as part of the Wallace Stegner Center 17th Annual Symposium, Silent Spring at 50: The Legacy of Rachel Carson.

03/26/2012 29m 26s
Stegner Symposium 2012: Corporate Ocean Responsibility: Business, Sustainable Use and Stewardship of the Marine World

11.0 CLE credit hours total

Presentation given by Paul Holthus, founding Executive Director, World Ocean Council, as part of the Wallace Stegner Center 17th Annual Symposium, Silent Spring at 50: The Legacy of Rachel Carson.

03/26/2012 38m 15s
Stegner Symposium 2012: Ocean Governance in the 21st Century: Structure and Challenge

11.0 CLE credit hours total

Presentation given by Robin Craig as part of the Wallace Stegner Center 17th Annual Symposium, Silent Spring at 50: The Legacy of Rachel Carson.

03/26/2012 41m 50s
Stegner Symposium 2011: The Impact of the Environment on Human Health: The Special Vulnerability of Children

1 CLE credit hour

Philip Landigran: The Impact of the Environment on Human Health: The Special Vulnerability of Children. Delivered March 8, 2012.

03/20/2012 1h 04m 49s
Stegner Symposium 2012: Carson’s Bittersweet Legacy in Toxics Policy and the Long Road Ahead

11.0 CLE credit hours total

Presentation given by Wendy Wagner as part of the Wallace Stegner Center 17th Annual Symposium, Silent Spring at 50: The Legacy of Rachel Carson.

03/14/2012 29m 32s
Stegner Symposium 2012: Devil or Angel: Rachel Carson and Her Legacy

11.0 CLE credit hours total

Presentation given by Mark Lytle as part of the Wallace Stegner Center 17th Annual Symposium, Silent Spring at 50: The Legacy of Rachel Carson.

03/14/2012 46m
Electric Power in a Carbon Constrained World 4 of 4

Six hours CLE credit

This conference addresses four aspects of electric power generation related to government efforts to reduce carbon emissions from this industry. The first panel will discuss the role of coal-fired electric power generation; the second panel will deal with the rapidly growing natural gas industry and the role of natural gas for generating electricity; the third panel will focus on the use of alternative energy to produce electricity; and the fourth panel will address the role of nuclear electric power.

Participants include James Holtkamp, Arnold W. Reitze, Jr., and John Dernbach in part 1; Richard Pierce, Hannah Wiseman, and Bruce Pendery in part 2; Steven Ferrey, Lincoln Davies, and Alexandra Klass in part 3; and Christopher Thomas, John Ruple, and Michael Stern in part 4.

02/16/2012 1h 38m
Electric Power in a Carbon Constrained World 2 of 4

Six hours CLE credit

This conference addresses four aspects of electric power generation related to government efforts to reduce carbon emissions from this industry. The first panel will discuss the role of coal-fired electric power generation; the second panel will deal with the rapidly growing natural gas industry and the role of natural gas for generating electricity; the third panel will focus on the use of alternative energy to produce electricity; and the fourth panel will address the role of nuclear electric power.

Participants include James Holtkamp, Arnold W. Reitze, Jr., and John Dernbach in part 1; Richard Pierce, Hannah Wiseman, and Bruce Pendery in part 2; Steven Ferrey, Lincoln Davies, and Alexandra Klass in part 3; and Christopher Thomas, John Ruple, and Michael Stern in part 4.

02/15/2012 1h 32m
Electric Power in a Carbon Constrained World 3 of 4

Six hours CLE credit

This conference addresses four aspects of electric power generation related to government efforts to reduce carbon emissions from this industry. The first panel will discuss the role of coal-fired electric power generation; the second panel will deal with the rapidly growing natural gas industry and the role of natural gas for generating electricity; the third panel will focus on the use of alternative energy to produce electricity; and the fourth panel will address the role of nuclear electric power.

Participants include James Holtkamp, Arnold W. Reitze, Jr., and John Dernbach in part 1; Richard Pierce, Hannah Wiseman, and Bruce Pendery in part 2; Steven Ferrey, Lincoln Davies, and Alexandra Klass in part 3; and Christopher Thomas, John Ruple, and Michael Stern in part 4.

02/15/2012 1h 34m
Electric Power in a Carbon Constrained World 1 of 4

Six hours CLE credit

This conference addresses four aspects of electric power generation related to government efforts to reduce carbon emissions from this industry. The first panel will discuss the role of coal-fired electric power generation; the second panel will deal with the rapidly growing natural gas industry and the role of natural gas for generating electricity; the third panel will focus on the use of alternative energy to produce electricity; and the fourth panel will address the role of nuclear electric power.

Participants include James Holtkamp, Arnold W. Reitze, Jr., and John Dernbach in part 1; Richard Pierce, Hannah Wiseman, and Bruce Pendery in part 2; Steven Ferrey, Lincoln Davies, and Alexandra Klass in part 3; and Christopher Thomas, John Ruple, and Michael Stern in part 4.

02/15/2012 1h 43m
Sean McBride - Renewable Energy Development and Finance: Market Drivers and Key Contractual Relationships

1 CLE credit hour

Sean McBride, Vice President and General Counsel of Renewable Energy Development Corporation, presents a green bag lecture as part of the 2012 Stegner Symposium series.

02/10/2012 1h 02m
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